New storage devices like hard disks are being made using the "new" IDMEA advanced format of physical 4KB sectors, but what is the largest page size SSD comes in?
Looking around I could only find 4KB as the largest (512KB *logically). (see below)
SSD layout In contrast to the hard disk, a SSD consists of semiconductor memory building blocks, it contains no mechanical parts. The smallest unit of an SSD is a page, which is composed of several memory cells, and is usually 4 KB in size. Several pages on the SSD are summarized to a block. A block is the smallest unit of access on a SSD. Currently, 128 pages are mostly combined into one block; therefore, a block contains 512 KB.
Is there any manufacture making larger physical page sizes or block sizes for SSDs?